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answered Which of the TLS protocol versions are secured for enabling in Internet Explorer
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comment How can I see what version of Linux I'm running?
To get the Red Hat version type: cat /etc/redhat-release To get the SuSE version: cat /etc/SuSE-release To get the Kernel version (and sometimes the distributer) type: cat /proc/version The boot loader sometimes has what you're looking for: cat /etc/grub.conf
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answered Reset Windows (8) Indexing Options
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answered How to lock and unlock folder for specific time in Windows?
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answered How to autocomplete filename in your path on the command line when in a different directory in windows7
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comment How to automatically disable 'Enchance pointer precision' mouse setting
I'm having a similar issue where my "Adjust Visual Effects" are reset every time also.
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answered Performance when working with large images in Photoshop
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answered How to permanently block a website in Windows 7
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answered 1 SSD or 2 SSDs? for VMWare virtual environments
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answered Network Privacy - Domain
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answered Error when installing 32-bit Windows 7 in VirtualBox
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comment Port Forwarding from inner network to inner network (hairpin NAT)
I'm unable to get this to work if using a bridge. Any ideas?
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comment Assigning programs to specific audio outputs in Windows 7
I would like the ability to do this as well. For now, the application developer can provide the option.
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answered Consumer Router/Firewall qualities which are compatible with IP phones
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comment How does VmWare Workstation perform with SSD drives?
I've purchased a Crucial M4 256GB SSD for VM use. I have already written to every sector and it seems to be working very well. TRIM works when a file is marked for deletion. With vmdk files this is never happening. However, who cares! It is still fast. If you want to claim space you can always compact the vmdk. Here is an interesting link: lifeofstu.com/?p=75